Law Review Symposium 2019 - An Empirical Analysis of Wealth Transfer Law - Panel 1: MARRIAGE

An Empirical Analysis of Wealth Transfer Law UC Davis Law Review Symposium, Volume 53 Friday October 11, 2019 Panel 1: MARRIAGE Moderated by Professor Horton Panel with: Professor Cahn with comments by Professor Sarkar, Professor DiRusso with comments by Professor Chandrasekher, Professor Pennell, and Professor James The UC Davis Law Review is proud to host several members of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) for a Symposium entitled “An Empirical Analysis of Wealth Transfer Law.” ACTEC is a nationally renowned organization and its members, or “fellows,” strive to inform the public about the complicated world of trust and estate law. The Symposium will include panel discussions covering topics such as marriage within wealth transfer law, how research is conducted using probate records, as well as the results and repercussions of non-probate transfers and intestacy within estate planning. To dive into the reasons why certain individuals utilize estate planning and others do not, and to evaluate other fascinating dichotomies within wealth transfer law, join us on October 11, 2019 at the University of California, Davis, School of Law (King Hall).